Delhi polls: PM Modi loses capital, AAP victory to be psychological boost for Opposition parties
It can be embarrassing for the PM on whom BJP's campaign was centred & may challenge his agenda as he'll now have to contend with an emboldened Opposition.
Healthtech startup JustDoc secures seed funding from Tracxn and other investors
JustDoc, a healthtech startup, has raised seed funding from T...
All in the head: Rupee fell on psychological fear, should be propped up by conviction
Rebuilding confidence takes time, but the patient is re...
Why financial markets fail to motivate many
To get the common investor interested in them, our financial products have to be more visible, accessible, attractive and open to involvement than they are now.
Kolkata Knight Riders hit home stretch against high flying lkata Knight Riders will have the psychological edge over Sunrisers Hyderabad
Much of their success is attributed to David Warner who has led from the front after being named skipper ahead of the season.
Sadness affects colour perception, makes the world more grey
Our mood and emotions can affect how we see the world around us. Researchers have found that sadness make the world more grey.
Point where brain unites eyes' double vision found
The combination of the two images from our two eyes makes for a much more useful impression of the world.
All you needed to know about cheating
Can someone, who has cheated on a partner in the past, repeat the pattern again? Yes, says a recent study.
Poor sleeping habits linked to low self control
Researchers found that a sleep-deprived individual is at increased risk for succumbing to impulsive desires, inattentiveness and questionable decision-making.
A walk in nature could battle depression
More than half of the world's population lives in urban settings, and that is forecast to rise to 70 per cent within a few decades.
Office naps may make you more productive
Researchers found that taking a nap may be an effective strategy to counteract impulsive behaviour and to boost tolerance for frustration.
Here's how marriage makes you gain weight
It was found that married couples on average eat better than singles, but that they also weigh significantly more and do less sport.
Delhi University cutoffs get absurd, soar beyond 100%!
"Some of them may go to Economics or History or some other subject. But we won't know until they do," said Ahuja.
Creativity may share genetic roots with schizophrenia
Previous studies have identified a link between creativity and psychiatric disorders such as bipolar disorder, but it has remained unclear whether this association is due to common genes.
Are selfies to blame for skewed body images?
Negative body image stands for a person's negative perception of his/her own aesthetics or sexual attractiveness, and it is a problem that's plaguing hundreds of young people.
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